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1. Tri-College Army ROTC “The Bison Battalion”

2. Officer/Cadet Officer Rank Equivalencies The Bison Battalion’s highest Cadet officer rank is LTCThe Bison Battalion’s highest Cadet officer rank is LTC

3. Enlisted Rank MS I’s PVT & PV2 MS II’s PFC & CPLEnlisted Rank MS I’s PVT & PV2 MS II’s PFC & CPL

4. Enlisted Rank MS III’s rank rotates every two weeks with changing evaluated positions The highest ranking enlisted rank in the Bison BN is SFCEnlisted Rank MS III’s rank rotates every two weeks with changing evaluated positions The highest ranking enlisted rank in the Bison BN is SFC

5. Enlisted Rank MS III’s rank rotates every two weeks with changing evaluated positions The highest ranking enlisted rank in the Bison BN is SFCEnlisted Rank MS III’s rank rotates every two weeks with changing evaluated positions The highest ranking enlisted rank in the Bison BN is SFC

6. Cadre & Staff 2009-2010

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14. Cadet Staff Spring 2010

16. A. BATTALION COMNANDER (LTC) LUNDE 1. As the highest ranking cadet, the battalion commander bears the ultimate responsibility for everyone in the unit and everything the battalion does or fails to do The Battalion Commander has direct input to the Commandant of Cadets (COC) and the Professor of Military Science (PMS) regarding battalion or cadet matters. The Battalion Commander is the key decision maker and resource manager of the cadet battalion. The commander must use the chain of command and the battalion staff to the fullest to achieve positive results 2. Duties: a. Accomplish all training requirements to prepare MS III cadets for Advance Camp at Fort Lewis, and Basic Course cadets for promotion within the battalion and continued enthusiastic participation in the ROTC program. b. Maintain the highest standards of conduct and discipline within the battalion. c. Accomplish all personnel actions, operations and plans of the battalion. d. Maintain close and effective communication with subordinates. e. Insure that all subordinate commanders and the staff are responsive to the training goals and the needs of all battalion personnel. f. Maintain close coordination with the CCC (primary point of contact within the cadre) and the PMS (after coordination with the CCC). g. Insure that all cadets maintain an active role in recruiting personnel for the ROTC program. The growth of the battalion is a direct measure of the effectiveness of the Commander. If ROTC is important, (and it is) and if the training received by cadets is valuable, then participating cadets owe it to their friends and acquaintances to introduce them to the program. Growth in numbers, however vital, will not override the search for quality in the cadet corps. Increases in numbers means increases in the number of high quality cadets. h. Insure LDP is conducted on all leaders in the Corps. BATTALION EXECUTIVE OFFICER (MAJ): PULFORD 1. The Battalion Executive Officer is the second in command of the battalion. As such, the XO must be able to carry out all of the above listed requirements of the Battalion Commander. The XO is also the chief of staff and must therefore coordinate all actions of the headquarters staff sections. 2. Duties: As stated above, the XO must be capable of carrying out all of the missions and responsibilities: a. Direct, coordinate, and supervise the work of the staff to include running the Battalion staff meetings. b. Formulate and announce staff operating policies. c. Keep the commander and staff informed of matters affecting the situation being worked on. d. Represent the commander in his absence. e. Receive the commander's decisions and guidance and insure they are implemented. f. Require that all staff members keep the him or her informed of any recommendation they give to the commander or of any guidance given to them by the commander g. The BN XO is directly responsible for the security and maintenance of the BN staff notebooks (continuity files). The XO will collect all notebooks prior to the end of each semester and prepare them for the next staff. A. BATTALION COMNANDER (LTC) LUNDE 1. As the highest ranking cadet, the battalion commander bears the ultimate responsibility for everyone in the unit and everything the battalion does or fails to do The Battalion Commander has direct input to the Commandant of Cadets (COC) and the Professor of Military Science (PMS) regarding battalion or cadet matters. The Battalion Commander is the key decision maker and resource manager of the cadet battalion. The commander must use the chain of command and the battalion staff to the fullest to achieve positive results 2. Duties: a. Accomplish all training requirements to prepare MS III cadets for Advance Camp at Fort Lewis, and Basic Course cadets for promotion within the battalion and continued enthusiastic participation in the ROTC program. b. Maintain the highest standards of conduct and discipline within the battalion. c. Accomplish all personnel actions, operations and plans of the battalion. d. Maintain close and effective communication with subordinates. e. Insure that all subordinate commanders and the staff are responsive to the training goals and the needs of all battalion personnel. f. Maintain close coordination with the CCC (primary point of contact within the cadre) and the PMS (after coordination with the CCC). g. Insure that all cadets maintain an active role in recruiting personnel for the ROTC program. The growth of the battalion is a direct measure of the effectiveness of the Commander. If ROTC is important, (and it is) and if the training received by cadets is valuable, then participating cadets owe it to their friends and acquaintances to introduce them to the program. Growth in numbers, however vital, will not override the search for quality in the cadet corps. Increases in numbers means increases in the number of high quality cadets. h. Insure LDP is conducted on all leaders in the Corps. BATTALION EXECUTIVE OFFICER (MAJ): PULFORD 1. The Battalion Executive Officer is the second in command of the battalion. As such, the XO must be able to carry out all of the above listed requirements of the Battalion Commander. The XO is also the chief of staff and must therefore coordinate all actions of the headquarters staff sections. 2. Duties: As stated above, the XO must be capable of carrying out all of the missions and responsibilities: a. Direct, coordinate, and supervise the work of the staff to include running the Battalion staff meetings. b. Formulate and announce staff operating policies. c. Keep the commander and staff informed of matters affecting the situation being worked on. d. Represent the commander in his absence. e. Receive the commander's decisions and guidance and insure they are implemented. f. Require that all staff members keep the him or her informed of any recommendation they give to the commander or of any guidance given to them by the commander g. The BN XO is directly responsible for the security and maintenance of the BN staff notebooks (continuity files). The XO will collect all notebooks prior to the end of each semester and prepare them for the next staff.

17. BATTALION S-1 (CPT): JASKOWIAK 1. The Battalion S-l has the responsibility for all personnel actions that occur in the Corps of Cadets. This responsibility includes promotions, demotions, and accountability. 2. Duties: As a minimum, the Battalion S-l will insure that the following is accomplished in a timely manner, in accordance with the Cadet Guide: a. Promotion: Promotion periods are defined in the Cadet Guide and suspense dates will not be missed. Promotions for indicated outstanding leadership potential will be handled expeditiously. b. Demotions: Demotions will be handled in an expeditious manner, but maximum care will be taken to insure that sufficient justification exists to warrant such actions. Demotions must be approved by the COC and the PMS, prior to taking effect. c. Accountability: Records of absentees and excuses will be maintained by the S-1 using the Battalion Attendance Report. The 1SG provides the S-l with the Leadership Lab Status Report each Thursday. d. Prepare an after action report prior to the conclusion of his tour of duty and submit to the S-3. e. Maintain an S-l Personnel notebook containing information pertaining to the S-l's responsibilities. The Battalion Attendance Report will be filed here.BATTALION S-1 (CPT): JASKOWIAK 1. The Battalion S-l has the responsibility for all personnel actions that occur in the Corps of Cadets. This responsibility includes promotions, demotions, and accountability. 2. Duties: As a minimum, the Battalion S-l will insure that the following is accomplished in a timely manner, in accordance with the Cadet Guide: a. Promotion: Promotion periods are defined in the Cadet Guide and suspense dates will not be missed. Promotions for indicated outstanding leadership potential will be handled expeditiously. b. Demotions: Demotions will be handled in an expeditious manner, but maximum care will be taken to insure that sufficient justification exists to warrant such actions. Demotions must be approved by the COC and the PMS, prior to taking effect. c. Accountability: Records of absentees and excuses will be maintained by the S-1 using the Battalion Attendance Report. The 1SG provides the S-l with the Leadership Lab Status Report each Thursday. d. Prepare an after action report prior to the conclusion of his tour of duty and submit to the S-3. e. Maintain an S-l Personnel notebook containing information pertaining to the S-l's responsibilities. The Battalion Attendance Report will be filed here.

18. BATTALION S-1 1. The Battalion S-l has the responsibility for all personnel actions that occur in the Corps of Cadets. This responsibility includes promotions, demotions, and accountability. 2. Duties: As a minimum, the Battalion S-l will insure that the following is accomplished in a timely manner, in accordance with the Cadet Guide: a. Promotion: Promotion periods are defined in the Cadet Guide and suspense dates will not be missed. Promotions for indicated outstanding leadership potential will be handled expeditiously. b. Demotions: Demotions will be handled in an expeditious manner, but maximum care will be taken to insure that sufficient justification exists to warrant such actions. Demotions must be approved by the COC and the PMS, prior to taking effect. c. Accountability: Records of absentees and excuses will be maintained by the S-1 using the Battalion Attendance Report. The 1SG provides the S-l with the Leadership Lab Status Report each Thursday. d. Prepare an after action report prior to the conclusion of his tour of duty and submit to the S-3. e. Maintain an S-l Personnel notebook containing information pertaining to the S-l's responsibilities. The Battalion Attendance Report will be filed here.BATTALION S-1 1. The Battalion S-l has the responsibility for all personnel actions that occur in the Corps of Cadets. This responsibility includes promotions, demotions, and accountability. 2. Duties: As a minimum, the Battalion S-l will insure that the following is accomplished in a timely manner, in accordance with the Cadet Guide: a. Promotion: Promotion periods are defined in the Cadet Guide and suspense dates will not be missed. Promotions for indicated outstanding leadership potential will be handled expeditiously. b. Demotions: Demotions will be handled in an expeditious manner, but maximum care will be taken to insure that sufficient justification exists to warrant such actions. Demotions must be approved by the COC and the PMS, prior to taking effect. c. Accountability: Records of absentees and excuses will be maintained by the S-1 using the Battalion Attendance Report. The 1SG provides the S-l with the Leadership Lab Status Report each Thursday. d. Prepare an after action report prior to the conclusion of his tour of duty and submit to the S-3. e. Maintain an S-l Personnel notebook containing information pertaining to the S-l's responsibilities. The Battalion Attendance Report will be filed here.

20. ASSISTANT STAFF OFFICERS Depending on the number of MS IVs for any given school year, positions as Assistant S1, S2, S3, S4 etc., may be designated. Responsibilities in the areas are those assigned by the Principal Staff Officer ASSISTANT STAFF OFFICERS Depending on the number of MS IVs for any given school year, positions as Assistant S1, S2, S3, S4 etc., may be designated. Responsibilities in the areas are those assigned by the Principal Staff Officer

21. ASSISTANT STAFF OFFICERS (C/CPT JORUD AND C/CPT HART) Depending on the number of MS IVs for any given school year, positions as Assistant S1, S2, S3, S4 etc., may be designated. Responsibilities in the areas are those assigned by the Principal Staff Officer ASSISTANT STAFF OFFICERS (C/CPT JORUD AND C/CPT HART) Depending on the number of MS IVs for any given school year, positions as Assistant S1, S2, S3, S4 etc., may be designated. Responsibilities in the areas are those assigned by the Principal Staff Officer

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